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South Jamaica teen shot and killed riding Q6 bus: NYPD

Police investigate the fatal shooting of Daja Robinson. Photo by Richard York
TimesLedger Newspapers

A 14-year-old girl was shot and killed Saturday night while riding a city bus, police said.

Officers responded to the call for help around 9 p.m. to Sutphin Boulevard near Rockaway Boulevard, where they found young Daja Robinson of South Jamaica with a bullet wound to her head on the Q6 bus, the NYPD said. The bus runs between Jamaica and JFK International Airport.

Robinson was pronounced dead soon after at Jamaica Hospital, police said.

The shooting occurred just blocks away from the girl’s home, police said.

Cops said there had been no arrests made as of Sunday morning but an investigation was ongoing.

Reach reporter Phil Corso by e-mail at or by phone at 718-260-4573.

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C. Phelps from Jamaica says:
** Editors please take down this article. The reporter have 90% of information WRONG!!!! #1 the victims last name is Johnson #2 the pocture is totally wrong.. The Green Lines Bus services is no longer in existence it was taken over by MTA for almost 3 years maybe more. #4 The Bus route is from JFK to in Jamaica to Jamaica Terminal.
May 19, 2013, 12:37 pm
C. Phelps from Jamaica says:
*correction: I apologize another neswpaper posted a picture of a greenline bus.
May 19, 2013, 12:41 pm
T. Brown from Jamaica says:
All of the infor i scorrect her last name is Robinson she goes by the name johnson on Facebook
May 23, 2013, 1:24 pm

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